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Nixon In China Opera, by John Adams, Alice Goodman, & Peter Sellars

Nixon In China Opera, by John Adams, Alice Goodman, & Peter Sellars

Thirty years after its premier, I decided to trot down to a commemorative showing of this popular opera. I came away regarding it as a magnificent accomplishment. One of only a dozen successful operas in the past half-century, Nixon In China more tha... Read On

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Captain Planet Meets Darth Vader

Captain Planet Meets Darth Vader

For aficionados of George Lucas’ Star Wars series of films, Rogue One is the long-awaited missing link between the several installments that preceded and post-ceded the original 1970’s Luke Skywalker film. In Rogue One we finally get to s... Read On

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Storming the Heavens: the Soviet League of the Militant Godless, by Daniel Peris

Storming the Heavens: the Soviet League of the Militant Godless, by Daniel Peris

This book is a detailed examination of the Bolshevik “League of the Militant Godless,” or Союз Войнствующих Безбожников, launched in 1925 during the New Economic Policy (NEP), the atheistic Bolsheviks’ retreat from the War Communism of the Civi... Read On

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BoJack Horseman: Complicated Lovechild

BoJack Horseman: Complicated Lovechild

Saying “A horse with depression” sounds like a punchline to a complicated joke, and that’s because it is. The world of BoJack Horseman takes advantage of the cute anthropomorphic animal trope, and in conjunction with the show’... Read On

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The Johnnyholts: Vol. I, by Glen Kilgore

The Johnnyholts: Vol. I, by Glen Kilgore

Grab your halberd and fasten your codpiece because you’re about to be reborn in the sixteenth century. In this first installment of a three-volume series, mild Earthling Ross Claiborne has the ultimate after-death experience, waking up to a sec... Read On

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Hillary’s America 2016 by Dinesh D’Souza

Hillary’s America 2016 by Dinesh D’Souza

In Hillary’s America, D’Souza ‘serves it cold’, taking revenge on Hillary, Hillary’s mentors and acolytes, and the Democratic Party for his 2014 conviction for violating campaign finance rules. Putting aside the ludicrou... Read On

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Closing of the American Mind, by Allan Bloom 1984.

Closing of the American Mind, by Allan Bloom 1984.

In this seminal and provocative book, Bloom executes a powerful attack on what he sees as the cause of the contemporary intellectual decline of America’s universities, and, by diffusion, intellectual life in the United States. The source of thi... Read On

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Holy Orders, by Carolyn Thorman

Holy Orders, by Carolyn Thorman

A phenomenally good novel. Vida Zedonis, repository of family religious tradition, joins the Sisters of Siluva, a Catholic Order transplanted from Lithuania to West Virginia. Years later, having served a stint in the Order in Lithuania and supervisin... Read On

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Covering Islam, by Edward W. Said

Covering Islam, by Edward W. Said

Covering Islam could be called Orientalism, Part II. In Covering Islam, Edward Said continues his thesis that Western “Orientalists”, in the service of Western spy agencies and imperial governments—especially in the U.S.—distort and discr... Read On

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John Carter, the Movie

John Carter, the Movie

Okay, so the age of making movies with some faint degree of faithfulness to the book on which the movie is modeled is long gone. And on rare occasions Hollywood does actually manage to produce a film that, by some fluke or merciful oversight by the g... Read On

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